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Should We Sequence all Genomes at Birth and Make a National Database?

Some genetic variants only have weak associations with specific conditions or traits, making it difficult to predict how a child […]

Direct to consumer genetics – Whose data is it?

Many pharmaceutical companies are switching their focus to collecting, analysing and learning from large data sets. In fact, in early […]

6 Genomics Activities To Do With Kids

The Public Engagement team at The Wellcome Genome Campus has released some cool activities to do with the kids in their yougenome home pack!

The remarkable flexibility of our genome

Dr. Yonatan Stelzer is an expert in the emerging field of epigenetics, which allows interruption of genetic code in many […]

Decoding cancer immunology: Hunting hidden tumours

The immune system is constantly on the lookout for threats, but cancer isn’t always easy to spot. Some cancer cells […]

Why labs are printing the coronavirus genome

The world is struggling to contain the new coronavirus outbreak. But thanks to new genetic material sequencing and synthesis technology, […]

Genetics Unzipped Podcast: Accidental Invention of Genetic Fingerprinting

Alec Jeffreys, a geneticist working at the University of Leicester, never intended to invent genetic fingerprinting. But at 9.05am on the morning of 10th September 1984, that’s exactly what he did.

We should be sequencing the genomes of coronavirus patients

I am sure by now we are all hoping to hear something non-coronavirus related. Sorry to disappoint, but Professors from […]

Careers news: Novartis opens for post-docs in Basel

For the first time ever, Novartis has opened a call for a 2-3 year postdoctoral fellowship in drug discovery and […]

How To: Choose Which Massively Parallel Sequencing Approach is Best For Your Needs

In our “Sequencing Buyers guide” written by David Smith, many commercial MPS platforms were reviewed with what they can be used for.